The Fallen Angel
Long ago before the earth was created, God made all the angels in heaven. There were many kinds of angels, such as cherubim and seraphim, and each had a job to do. There was an angel above all them named Lucifer. He was a covering cherub beside God’s throne, first in rank of all the heavenly angles. He was handsome, intelligent, and majestic, and next to God’s Son he was honored above all others. In humbleness he served before the throne of God, ready to praise Jehovah and obey His every command…
Pride and jealousy will lead to your downfall. The thought of “Me First” always brings sorrow.
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Conclusion: The desire to be greater than others and doubting God always puts you in trouble. Commitment: Will you choose to never doubt God and always be satisfied with what He has made you into? Only in serving God will you find true happiness.
Question 1 of 7
There were many different kinds of angels, such as cherubim and _____________.CorrectIncorrect
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_____________ was handsome, intelligent, and majestic, and next to God’s Son he was honored above all others.CorrectIncorrect
Question 3 of 7
Lucifer was ____________ because he wanted God to include him in the plans.CorrectIncorrect
Question 4 of 7
Many of the angels agreed with Lucifer, while others became ______________ that he would suggest rebelling against God.CorrectIncorrect
Question 5 of 7
Many of the angels ________________ Lucifer to stop what he was doing.CorrectIncorrect
Question 6 of 7
There was ___________ in heaven.CorrectIncorrect
Question 7 of 7
Lucifer fell from heaven, he was no longer an honored ___________ cherub in the Father’s presence.CorrectIncorrect